Stories about the love of reading, writing, and learning
"I spotted this book that looked rather risque..."
"He never said anything good about my writing."
Conversations between brothers, sisters, twins, and triplets
"Why are you asking these questions?"
Isaiah Fredericks, age 9, and his younger brother, Josiah, used their StoryCorps interview to ask their dad, Kevin, some hard-hitting questions.
"We see each other every day, every minute of every day."
Even though they share everything from a birthday to a bedroom, 10-year-old triplets Zoë, Maddy, and Nick Waters still learn new things about each other.
"You and your sister couldn't tell us apart. And we couldn't tell you two apart."
Husband and wife Elliot and Hunny Reiken, who both come from sets of identical twins, remember how they — and their twins — met in the Catskills during the summer of 1946.